Food Service Sanitation

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Food safety

Food safety is used as a scientific discipline describing handle, preparation, and storage of food in ways that prevent food-borne illness.[1]

Course Outline[edit | edit source]

  1. Food Processing Facilities
  2. Laws and Regulations Governing Sanitation
  3. Sanitation Inspections
  4. Food Contamination Sources
  5. Microorganisms
  6. Personal Hygiene
  7. Pests: Insects, Rodents and Birds
  8. Cleaning Food Processing Facilities
  9. Sanitizing Food Processing Facilities
  10. Sanitation Equipment
  11. Waste from Food Plants
  12. Role of HACCP in Sanitation

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